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  • Belleville man charged with possession of child pornography

    BELLEVILLE, Ill. – The St. Clair County State’s Attorney’s office charged a Belleville man with possession of child pornography. Richard Engelke Jr., 51, was charged on Friday with seven counts of possession of child pornography after being the suspect in an investigation of an alleged sexual assault of a child. Investigators said Engelke kept the material on an electronic device. Engelke remains in custody at the St. Clair County Jail on a $500,000 bond. The investigation is still ongoing. Captain […]

  • Belleville man charged in former track star’s murder

    BELLEVILLE, Ill. – The St. Clair County State’s Attorney’s Office charged a Belleville man in connection with the October 2018 murder of a former track star at East St. Louis High School. According to investigators with the Illinois State Police, Sanchez Rhodes was shot while driving in the 3000 block of St. Clair Avenue on October 20. The suspect, Marvion Brady, was charged with first-degree murder. He remains in custody at the St. Clair County Jail on a currently being […]

  • Chef G showcases his favorite knives for cooking

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Chef Georgios Kastanias of Moore Foods Distributors shows off his finest cutlery used in crafting his dishes. Chef G uses Cutco, “the world’s finest cutlery.”

  • Author of ABC Affirmations About Me visits the studio

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Jessica K. Carter is a Scholar-Practitioner, Author, and Entrepreneur from Saint Louis, Missouri that specializes in child development and media literacy skills. Currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Psychology, she utilizes her education and experiences to reduce the media’s influences of cultural generalizations. In addition to educational strides, Jessica K. Carter has assumed many roles developing children firsthand, including nanny, teacher, daycare director, foster parent, aunt, and mother. She believes every child has a unique footprint to […]

  • The Great Taste annual event in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The night all St. Louis Foodies dream about! The annual Great Taste event on March 13 at the St. Louis Science Center will feature tastings from 50 area restaurants from the 2019 edition of Ian Froeb’s STL 100, being released on March 3. In additional to the tastings, enjoy live music and more! Tickets available at

  • Lady J’s cajun cooking

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Regina James, owner of Lady J’s Kitchen is here teaching guests how to prepare easy and delicious real Louisiana cajun cooking to end Mardis Gras with a bang. Making rich comforting dishes can be done in a very simple way. Call to order and schedule and event with Lady J`s Kitchen at (314) 437-2027 or visit

  • Fatal accident in west St. Louis County late Friday night

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – A man is dead in a one-vehicle accident that occurred around 10:21 p.m. on Friday in Town and Country. According to The Missouri Highway Patrol, James Lauth, 51, was driving too fast on westbound Clayton Road at Trafalgar Drive when he drove off of the road and struck a sign and a utility pole. The vehicle skidded out of control and struck a storage container and then a building. Lauth was pronounced dead at the scene […]

  • The Foot of the Bed play comes to the ZACK Theatre

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. –  Matthew Reed, director, writer, producer, and character of Grandpa Jenkins is now on tour with his play, The Foot of the Bed. The play will be held tonight at the ZACK Theatre on Locust St. and tickets are available online at General admission is $30.

  • Highway 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen prepares for Mardi Gras

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Every Saturday, the Highway 61 in Webster Groves is preparing for Mardi Gras. There is a chance to enter a contest with weekly prizes and with the grand prize of a trip for two to New Orleans for the Voodoo Festival. Registration is every Saturday. The drawing for the prize is on Fat Tuesday, March 2. If the winner is present, they will receive a $100 bonus Visa gift card.  

  • Glen Carbon man faces life in prison for murder, domestic battery after 2017 shooting

    EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. – A Madison County jury convicted a Glen Carbon man of first-degree murder and domestic battery Thursday following a seven-day trial, according to the Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office. Stephen J. McGualey, 47, was found guilty of killing a houseguest in 2017 who confronted him over an accusation of domestic violence. Reportedly, the responding deputies and police from local jurisdictions found the victim, 43-year-old Steven Flack of Belleville, unresponsive in the backyard. He’d been shot several times. Investigators learned […]

  • Shooting in north St. Louis early Saturday morning

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Two victims of 1st degree assault were shot at N. 20th St. and Penrose St. on Saturday morning. Around 12:25 a.m., one victim was shot in the leg, and the other victim was shot in the leg and the back. Both victims are conscious and breathing. No other information is available at this time.  

  • Humane Society of Missouri rescues 41 dogs and cats from repeat hoarder in Bates County

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – For the third time in eight years, the Humane Society of Missouri’s Animal Cruelty Task Force rescued numerous cats and dogs from a property in Bates County in western Missouri. The owner agreed to voluntarily surrender 21 dogs and 20 cats on Friday. The Bates County Sheriff’s Office arrested the owner on charges from a separate incident, in which more than 100 dogs and cats were taken from the property in December 2017. According to a press […]

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